Correspondence

Universal Credit housing costs for people aged 18 to 21: exchange between SSAC and Lord Freud

Correspondence between SSAC and the Minister for Welfare Reform about proposals for Universal Credit housing costs for people aged 18 to 21.

Documents

SSAC to Lord Freud: The Universal Credit (Housing Costs Element for Claimants Aged 18-21) (Amendment) Regulations 2016

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Response from the Minister for Welfare Reform to SSAC about Universal Credit housing costs for people aged 18 to 21

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Details

This correspondence is between:

  • Paul Gray, Chair of the Social Security Advisory Committee (SSAC)
  • Lord Freud, Minister of State for Welfare Reform

It follows discussions at the SSAC meeting on 9 November 2016 about the draft Universal Credit (Housing Costs Element for Claimants Aged 18-21) (Amendment) Regulations 2016 .

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Published 23 November 2016
Last updated 9 December 2016 + show all updates
  1. Added the response to SSAC by the Minister for Welfare Reform, Lord Freud.
  2. First published.